19 Oct. 2010
10 months ago
The 2nd entry into the fallout series after Bethesda bought the franchise added new aspects like weapon customization and different ammo types, both at the time were new interesting ideas in an open world. The story was well worth the multiple hours spent finding every faction's story line and piecing the story of the Mojave together. The Factions are well thought out with realistic story and responses to each other. The game also include a way to disguise yourself as one faction by where their garb, just avoid guard dogs or named npcs, they can see through your cloths. Whether it was the Kans or the New Californian Republic, each faction had their own way of having peace. The story was worth the mere $20 i spent to enjoy days of game play. This doesn't include the DLC Content.
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almost 2 years ago
Today I stopped somewhere near NCR camp with recruits, who do nothing, and sergeant doesn't know, what do to with them. There is the quest, in which you can try to help sergeant, to make this soldiers better and work as a team. At some point of this quest I've chosen to train them shooting more accurately. But my own Gun's skill not high, something around 30. So I suspended quest, to, may be, return later.
over 2 years ago
Arguably superior to its predecessor, the game that makes 'moral shades of grey' a true and full concept in the world of interactive entertainment.
almost 5 years ago
Love the massive game world and how random events play out. Played through this a couple of times and played all the different endings. So you can imagine how much I liked playing this. Only downside really is accidently killing a mission critical character and messing up a future mission. But this is more player error than a fault of the game itself. It can also be punishing early on until you have levelled up.
over 5 years ago
Loved Fallout 3, which was my first entry into the series. Looking forward to getting back into the wasteland and hoarding more bottle tops.